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May Day

noun [C usually singular]
 
 
the first day of May, which is a holiday in many countries. It traditionally celebrates spring but now it is often used to honour workers.
五一勞動節;五朔節
Specific holidays and festivalsReligious festivals
Translations of “May Day”
in Spanish señal de socorro, S.O.S.…
in Korean 노동절…
in Arabic أوّل مايو…
in Portuguese primeiro de maio…
in French S.O.S.…
in German das Mayday-Signal…
in Catalan el primer de maig…
in Japanese メーデー(5月1日)…
in Italian il primo maggio, Calendimaggio…
in Chinese (Simplified) (船只、飞机发出的)无线电求救信号…
(Definition of May Day from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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